Development of Fourth Container Terminal at JNPT Port on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) Basis

India
Mumbai, Maharashtra
Date: 27.05.2015 – ongoing
Duration: 42 months
Client: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust

Project overview

As part of development of Jawaharlal Nehru Port, the Port Trust has decided to undertake Development of Fourth Container Terminal at JN Port on Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) Basis. The project is to be implemented in two Phases. i.e Phase –I and Phase –II. The indicative cost of Phase – I of the project is Rs. 4,719 Crores (Rupees Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Nineteen Crores) i.e. approx. USD 940 Million.

Our missions

As Independent Engineer, Egis shall provide engineering consultancy services towards the development of the port. Egis shall review designs & drawings, construction methodology and monthly progress reports furnished by the Concessionaire. Egis would push for high-quality solutions and implement new state-of-the-art techniques to help the port achieve high efficiency.

Main components of Phase-I of the Fourth Container Terminal Project are:

  • 1,000 m long quay (300 m away from existing BPCL jetty)
  • Approach trestles
  • Reclamation (90 Ha)
  • Container stackyard, internal roads, parking area
  • Requisite buildings and workshops
  • Requisite container handling equipments
  • Utilities including IT systems, environmental safeguards etc.
  • Capital dredging in manoeuvring area
  • Capital dredging in berth pockets
  • Up to 6 lane connecting road (4.8 km) up to Nhava Sheva Police Station
  • One Rail Container Depot for evacuation by Rail